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Established in 2001, this contemporary space has since been at the center of numerous concerts, dance shows, dramas, comedy shows, workshops and other performing arts events. The venue is intimate and is equipped with modern sound and light technology which enhances the experience of watching acts of local and international performers. Glor has more than 450 comfortable seats, which allows the viewers to relax and enjoy the show. Call ahead to know more about upcoming events.

Foynes Flying Boat Museum

From 1939 to 1945 Foynes was the central point for air traffic between America and Europe. This museum provides a perfect illustration of this period of our history, featuring an array of exhibits and illustrations. You can travel back in time in the cinema and see original film footage of the days of the flying boats, which were a regular sight here in Foynes. Features include a radio and weather room, the original terminal building and much more. Relax in the tearoom and browse through the aviation souvenirs available in the shop. This museum provides a real opportunity to absorb the history of Irish aviation. Check website for varying dates.

Aillwee Caves

Considered to be among Ireland's oldest caves, the Aillwee Caves is set within The Burren's limestone landscape and is among the top attractions of the area. This combined with its Birds of Prey Centre, it is a fascinating place for nature lovers. Get enthralled by its stunning underworld that looks straight from a fantasy movie. This show cave though dates back to thousands of years, was only found in 1944 by a farmer. Opened to the public since 1976, you can explore its underground waterfalls, frozen falls, hidden chambers and strange rock formations. Check out their gift shop or enjoy some baked goodies at their tearoom. Sit in the terrace of the mountain and take in the unrivaled vistas. Don't miss their dairy where you can watch how they make their famous cheese. If you want a linked tour with the Birds of Prey, the prices vary.

The Aran Islands

These three islands lie across the mouth of Galway Bay, about 30 miles out to sea. The Aran Islands consist of Inishmaan, Inisheer and the largest, Inishmore. These are Irish-speaking islands where old traditions still exist. Though modernizations have taken root, many practices remain including Currach racing, fishing and the knitting of distinctive hand-made sweaters or "ganseys". Known for glamping, this collection of naturally scenic karst limestone sites, is speckled with grikes and clints on its limestone surface. Inis Mór is the largest of the Aran Islands and is home to the World Heritage site, Dun Aonghasa and the impressive fort of Dun Aonghasa is set on the edge of the 300 Foot Cliffs. From natural marvels to historic sites, there is much to explore here. The islands are accessible via ferry or light aircraft.

Quin Abbey

The Franciscan Friary, known locally as Quin Abbey, was founded by Sioda Cam MacNamara, chief of Glancuillan, in about 1450. The remains of an Anglo-Norman castle of the de Clare family were incorporated in its construction. The castle itself was destroyed in 1286. The friary was suppressed in 1541, in the reign of Henry the Eighth, but the friars remained in the locality until early in the 19th century. The buildings are especially well preserved, and the high tower is a conspicuous feature. The abbey is now a National Monument under the care of Duchas, the National Heritage Service.

Coole Park

This thriving nature reserve is a popular tourist attraction and is favored by those with an appreciation for Ireland's natural beauty. Coole Park is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, especially birds. The park is also noted for its turloughs and wetlands, forming a complex ecological system that is both rare and beautiful. There is plenty to enjoy at the park including an 18th-century walled garden, several marked trails, and a visitor center that is open seasonally. Favored by nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and tourists alike, Coole Park is treasured local attraction.

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